@chengdusg specializes in Sichuan cuisine, launched the new autumn and winter dishes. Feature The Ice Ball with Whelk. served in a cool ice sculpture (must place order one day in advance for this). Sea snail with red and green chilis and variety of spices. It chewy n not spicy at all. 💰$24.80. 📍Chengdu. 74 Amoy Street.
Cecil
2w
[Chengdu Restaurant] - An interesting way of presenting the Pork Belly in Garlic ($12.80) with the pork belly and cucumber slices hanging on a rack. The way to eat it is to pick up the pork belly and cucumber slices, dip it into the aromatic red chilli and garlic sauce. This is actually very appetising and I enjoy how the cucumber lends a refreshing touch to it. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2018/07/chengdu-restaurant-amoy-street.html . Chengdu Restaurant 74 Amoy Street Singapore 09893 Tel: +65 62219928 Nearest MRT: Tanjong Pagar (EW Line), Telok Ayer (DT Line) Opening Hours: Mon-Sat: 11am - 3pm, 5pm - 1030pm (Closed on Sun)
SG
8w
Hands up if you are a fan of Mala Fragrant Pot 麻辣香锅. This is from the NEW Chengdu Restaurant @chengdusg The popular pot consists of a variety of ingredients wok-fried in high heat together with tongue-numbing sauce. The vegetables used tasted like they were flash-fried, especially the lotus roots and cauliflower which were crisp and fresh-tasting Over at Chengdu Restaurant 成都川菜馆, you get to experience a repertoire of dishes that you may not have seen elsewhere in Singapore, from Beggar’s Chicken, Bangbang Duck, “Ants Climbing A Tree” – which is actually minced meat cooked with glass noodles. More here > bit.ly/chengdurestaurant #DFDSP
Daniel
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Stuffed Wings Remember the deboned chicken wings stuffed with fried rice 翅包饭 at Taiwanese night market? Singapore now has its very own fried chicken wing stuffed with a variety of ingredients and we love the mac and cheese version (no surprise there)! Cheese was hot and oozing out of the chicken when we peeled the wing open in the middle 🧀 Nonya curry was exactly like a curry puff replaced with fried chicken wing as the puff and the salted egg yolk prawn had very generous fillings, enough to satisfy the salted egg yolk craving. Every wing is a sinful delight, no regrets there! ~ You can drop by their Tampines outlet or order online that comes with free delivery and 2 original chicken wings|| promo code ‘FREEORIGINALPAIRSET’ #burpple ~ Thank you for hosting us @stuffedwing • Original SGD2.90 Mac and Cheese SGD3.80 (middle) (favourite!) Nasi Lemak SGD3.80 Salted Egg Yolk Prawn SGD3.80 (bottom) Nonya Curry with Potatoes SGD3.80 (top)
Sg
1w
Stuffed Wings at Tampines Mall Kopitiam. #littlesweetbonsbons #stuffedwing #stuffedwings #stuffedwingsg #kopitiam #kopitiamsg#friedchickenwings #macandcheesewings #nasilemakwing #nonyacurrywing #saltedeggwings #cheesefries #stuffedchickenwings #meesiam #highlyrecommended#burpplesg #burpple #halalcertified #halalfoods #❤❤❤❤❤👍👍👍👍👍
Angeline
4w
Having stuffed wing at tampines mall kopitiam newly opened.Creative wings with nasi lemak ,mac and cheese, nonyacurry ,salted egg stuffed in their wings.❤❤❤❤❤❤👍👍👍👍👍👍 #littlesweetbonsbons #stuffedwingsg #stuffedwing #stuffedwings #chicken #wholechickenwithstuffings #meesiam #roastchicken #stuffedchickenwings #chickenwings #localflavours #localdelights #macandcheese #nasilemak #saltedegg #nonyacurry #cheesefries #trufflefries #spamfries #halalfoods #halalcertified #burpplesg #burpple
Angeline
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Been a while since I've had something and thought, "Wow, this is genius!" The Pear and Cheese ($8++) is the only dessert dumpling that will be available at @dumpling.darlings for a long while but given its uniqueness - at least in Singapore's food scene - I don't see that as an issue, but rather this might be one to be craved for and remembered by return visitors, or at least I would. 😂 Encased in each dumpling (total of 5) are poached pears, cream cheese, vanilla bean and Amaratto (an Italian liquer). The sweet pears are the clear standout here with the alcohol and vanilla bean coming through to add more depth in flavours to the crisp, piping hot dumplings. Cream cheese could be given more prominence, given the name of it, but even without it, these are still pretty bomb dumplings. The dumplings are served with a side of Tasmanian honey ice-cream; super unique and has a very interesting palate that strongly works well with the flavour of the dunplings. It has that unmistakably pure sweetness of honey but it doesn't overwhelm, and I am able to have it on its own as well. Really loved the ice-cream more and more with every spoonful. 😍 Overall, I'll say that your meal here really would not be fulfilled without having this to conclude it proper. Not only is it a well-executed, literally hot-and-cold dessert, but it is a well-executed, kickass dumpling as well. 😋
Brian
8h
Satisfying Lunch!! Had the set lunch ($16++) containing a noodle, 4 dumplings and a huge drink and definitely thoroughly enjoyed myself! Sichuan Pork noodles were springy and I enjoyed every single bite. Pierogi dumplings were filled with fragrant truffle potato mash and fried till crisp. Longan Osmanthus Tea wasn’t too sweet and the jelly bits were a nice touch. Thanks to Burpple Beyond, lunch came up to only $9 after taxes. Definitely will be returning!
Stephanie
1d
Superb Noodles Accompanied By Yummy Dumplings There’s been a lot of hype about Dumpling Darlings and I’m glad to have made my way here! For a $16 lunch set, you get to order a bowl of noodles, a portion of dumplings and an iced tea. The noodles (as I’ve read online) are made fresh daily and has the right amount of bite. They also come with a serving of the tamago egg and very generous portions of fried shallots. I had the braised pork noodles and the sauce is slightly savory (just the way I like it) and the fried shallots gave the dish some crunch. I also had the original dumplings and the balance between the wrapper and the fillings is perfect! The wrapper thickness is just about right to hold in the fillings. There’s no picture of the iced tea but I ordered an osmanthus puerh (again, made in-house) and it is a refreshing end to the meal. It’s been awhile since I’ve been impressed with a new restaurant and I highly recommend everyone to give this restaurant a try! For burrple beyond members, there’s a one for one set lunch here! #dumplingdarlings #burrplebeyond
Celene
3d
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Kiwami Wagyu Sukiyaki Don Thin slices of Yonezawa Beef grade A4 are quickly seared in front of you, after caramelising the sugar and other sauces blended in. The US Prime Beef, leaner cut of beef and cheaper option available. But why not go for a more flavourful one? Truly enjoyed it as super quality ingredients resulted in great flavours. The set comes with soft sesame tofu (served with wasabi paste, even though fresh wasabi would had been better), soft onsen tamago egg for dippping, or it could be poured over, and miso soup. They also serve two types of vegetables pickles. Be ready to queue outside as it does not take reservations.
Christine
0w
Chef showcases how exemplary the quality of their beef is before beginning to cook in them. In your dining experience, activate your five senses, where the chef imparts his/her showmanship which we don’t usually experience while having a beef sukiyaki dish. Hear the sizzling sound of the pan, smell the aroma of food wafting through the air and watch your dishes get prepared right before your eyes as you sit back and relax. At the last step, chef styled the beef sukiyaki don for the pleasure of your eyes and awakens your taste bud. YAY! Time to tuck in!! . . Beef Sukiyaki Don (US Prime Beef, a Chuck Eye Roll) at S$13.90. Wagyu Sukiyaki Don (Yonezawa Beef A4, one of the top three Japanese Wagyu known to the culinary world) at S$29.90. . Read on foodgem.sg/food/japanese/beef-sukiyaki-don-keisuke . Where to dine? Beef Sukiyaki Don Keisuke 11 Kee Seng Street, #01-01, Singapore 089218
Rachel
1w
Beef Sukiyaki Don (wagyu $29.90++) I've never been a huge fan of keisuke chain (I like hamburg keisuke only) and this one is also a little weird for me. The meat is great quality for the price. However, the egg is not the traditional raw egg but an onsen egg (too cooked for dipping). Also the default doneness is medium, and they refused to do it med rare 🙄🙄 personally I will stick to traditional DIY Sukiyaki where I can control my own doneness, but this is fine if you need a quick sukiyaki fix.
Smitten
1w
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Tamago Sando ($12) This dish is perhaps the stuff of an egg lover’s dreams – a thick, succulent tamago-style egg patty sits in between two pieces of white bread toasts. It is lathered with kombu (Japanese kelp) mayo and pear sauce, before the sandwich is finally cut up into two halves. 🍳 Personally though, while I did find it to be a decent and pretty enjoyable fare, I didn’t exactly uncover any electrifying or sapid flavours. The tamago also leans away from the sweeter notes and more towards the savoury side. And that’s probably because its established, characteristic sweetness is supposed to come from this dish’s condiments instead. But given the tamago’s great deal of thickness, I firmly believe more kombu mayo and pear sauce would have galvanised this. 🧐 Grids & Circles’ highlight comes in its aesthetics though. They have taken pride in their interior design, boasting a very clean, bright, Scandinavian-influenced space with hints of Japanese design principles. The amount of detail and thought that have gone into doing up the place is insane though - at one point, I whipped out my phone in their restroom to take a side view of the interior and the things in there aligned perfectly to the grids in the camera mode. Talk about by design! 🤯 Go for a seat upstairs if you can. Trust me - it’s a haven up there. Overall, very impressive stuff, and they hence score all the points they can get with their environment. 👏🏼 And they even have some of their own merchandise they sell in-store, which I thought was a nice touch. Notwithstanding its pretty steep prices, I will say that this is one cool place to check out. (7.3/10)
Zul
4d
Tamago sando [$12++] . Given the not-so-pocket-friendly pricetag that came along with this Tamago SANDWICH aka. Egg sandwich, I was initially skeptical on ordering it. Despite that, temptations still gave way, given the fact that eggs are one of my greatest weakness, apart from matcha🤓. Instead of the usual omelette or egg mayo, a thick block of Tamago (Japanese style omelette) is sandwiched between the soft and pillowy white toast, along with pear sauce and konbu mayo. With a fluffy and sufficiently moist texture, I was glad that the Tamago wasn’t overwhelmingly sweet, unlike those typically served in Japanese eateries. On the other hand, the spread of konbu mayo provided a subtle, pleasant umami flavour, contributing to a savoury flavour profile while the pear sauce added a tinge of fruity sweetness to the toast, which unfortunately wasn’t evenly spread and in fact, only distinct in one of the toast here! Personally, I would prefer the pear sauce to be omitted or perhaps served at the side as a spread for the white toast in silo, being a fan of savoury eggs, instead of a sweet version😅. Along with chips and baby spinach salad, this Tamago sandwich would perhaps be worth the try once if you are a fan of eggs but given the pricetag that came along, it won’t be something that I’ll order often 🤭. On a sidenote, I am loving the cosy, welcoming ambience in this cafe that’s great for chilling and getting work done with free WiFi! ✌🏻. . . . #burpple #gridsandcircle #sgfoodie
Natalie
2w
If you are in the mood for some pancakes, get the stack that’s the Strawberry Wonderland ($16) which comes with two pancakes topped with a strawberry compote over a Chantilly cream and more fresh strawberries. There’s also a basil mint sauce which wasn’t really necessary as all of focus was fixated on the fluffy pancakes that has been soaked with the sauce, resulting in a moist and dense texture that’s just so good. It’s simple, it’s delicious, it’s simply delicious. _________________ Grids & Circles Address: 200, South Bridge Road, Singapore 058749
Julius
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